S&P 500’s 5% Rout Hammers Mom-and-Pop Investors Who’ve Piled In
A monitor displays an S&P 500 chart on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S. (Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg)

S&P 500’s 5% Rout Hammers Mom-and-Pop Investors Who’ve Piled In

(Bloomberg) -- If the source of any of the resilience in U.S. stocks this year has been retail investors fired up by zero-commission trading, markets are about to find out how sturdy that money is.
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